The Art, Heritage and Science cluster is primarily object-oriented. We focus on the interaction between art and science, whereby we aim to spearhead new transdisciplinary research in the heritage field: research that does not only combine different disciplines but transcends them to generate novel methodologies and insights. Ultimately, our goal is to train the next generation of engaged global heritage scholars who work effectively across disciplinary boundaries and create value for stakeholders (see also our position paper below).
The Art, Heritage and Science cluster has two cluster managers: Anna Tummers and Filip Vermeylen.
Job titleLecturer and researcher Arts and Culture Studies, ESHCC, Erasmus University Rotterdam
Job titleAssistant Professor, Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering, TU Delft
Job titleAssociate Professor of Water Resources, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences at TU Delft
Job titleResearcher-lecturer at Faculty of Material Science & Engineering, TU Delft
Job titleAssistant Professor at the Computer Graphics and Visualization Group at TU Delft
Job titleAssistant Professor, Geoscience & Engineering, and Research Coordinator Heritage under Threat at TU Delft
Liesbeth de Strooper
Job titleLecturer and PhD, Arts and Culture Studies, ESHCC, Erasmus University Rotterdam
Job titlePhD Candidate, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Maritime Technology and Technical Materials Sciences (3mE) at Leiden University and TU Delft
Job titleProfessor in Archaeology of Medieval and Early Modern Eurasia, Faculty of Archaeology, Leiden University
Job titlePhD Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics & Computer Science, TU Delft